The Fitbit Luxe is now available in India. The fitness tracker was previously unveiled, but it was only today that it was officially released on the market. To differentiate itself from the plethora of standardized fitness tracker designs on the market, the tracker takes a design-first approach. It is a premium product when compared to other mainstream fitness trackers like the Mi Band 5, Honor Band 6, OnePlus Band, and even the Oppo Band Style, putting it on the higher end of the market.
Price and availability of Fitbit Luxe, Luxe Special Edition
The Fitbit Luxe fitness tracker is priced at Rs 10,999 and comes in three color schemes for the tracker body and bracelet band: Lunar White band with Soft Gold Stainless Steel body, a Black band with Graphite Stainless Steel body, and Orchid band with Platinum Stainless Steel body. It also has a Luxe Special Edition tracker, which costs Rs 17,999, and comes with a Soft Gold Stainless Steel body and a Gorjana Parker Link bracelet wrist band. The bands can also be purchased separately, with the Gorjana Parker Link bracelet costing Rs 5,499 and the Classic and Woven bands costing Rs 2,499 each. The band will be available in all retail outlets, both offline and online.
The Fitbit Luxe has a customizable watch face and an AMOLED color display with automatic brightness adjustment. In terms of health and fitness features, the Fitbit Luxe has a user-definable target heart rate zone that alerts users when they are in it during workouts. It also has 24-hour heart rate monitoring and 24-hour SpO2 blood oxygen monitoring, as well as overnight blood oxygen average rates.
The Fitbit Luxe also has SmartTrack for automatic activity tracking, as well as over 20 manually selectable exercise modes. It also has a certified 50-meter water resistance for swim tracking and menstrual health tracking features. A stress management tool, as well as a sleep tracking and analysis mode, are included in the Luxe. To help you improve your health, you also get a breathing rate tracking feature and a sleep score with a divided sleep stage display. The Luxe also includes heart rate variability tracking, which aids in the early detection of health anomalies.
The Fitbit Luxe also has built-in alarms and offers smartphone notifications. Fitbit claims that the band will last up to five days on a single charge, encapsulating its entire feature set as a premium fitness tracker in the country.
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